The Bureau of Land Management proposes to implement livestock grazing management on 1,081,140 acres (55 allotments) of public land in central Oregon. Unallotted status would continue on 11,867 acres. Implementation of the proposed action includes allocation of vegetation to livestock, wild horses, wildlife and nonconsumptive uses; establishment of grazing systems; and construction of range improvements. Forage condition would improve and forage production would increase
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United States. Bureau of Land Management. Oregon State Office